The Listening to First Nations Voices podcast was developed to educate people on Indigenous ways of being, doing and knowing, and to inspire awareness and a deeper understanding and appreciation of the richness Aboriginal people bring to Australia. The idea for this series came from Associate Professor Samia Goudie who is passionate about Indigenous people and culture and is attempting to expand people’s knowledge on the subject and start a conversation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
In this episode, we continue to explore UC’s Indigenising the Curriculum Framework, which aims to increase Indigenous content at UC by embedding Indigenous Ways of Knowing into all courses. For more information about the Framework, check out Episode 10’s interview with Marina Martiniello. For this episode, we surveyed Indigenous students at UC and asked about their experiences with the Framework. We then spoke with Jenaya Gibbs-Muir, an Indigenous student at UC, and discussed our survey results with her.
This episiode was produced by a passionate team of young professionals studying at UC.
Heritage, Museums and Conservation
Music: Sparks by Chael
Logo background artwork is part of UC’s Indigenous Treatment for branding.